Minnesota Minor Child Power of Attorney Form
A Minnesota minor child power of attorney form allows parents and guardians to grant temporary decision-making authority to a chosen party (the “agent”). This person must be a trusted individual, willing and able to serve as the child’s temporary guardian. The agent has limited power, allowing them to handle only specified matters concerning the child; it excludes unrelated issues such as finances or property. This arrangement provides continuity in the child’s care and decision-making process during the parents’ absence. Parents need to communicate their expectations clearly, ensuring the agent acts in the child’s best interest at all times.